It’s quite possible that you're using weak passwords because you’re afraid of forgetting them. Fortunately, Sticky Password can help you manage all your passwords so that their complexity will not become an obstacle.
It uses a cloud service to store your data and even allows synchronizing them between multiple devices. For this purpose, you need to create an account on the developer’s site. And in case you’re concerned about the security of your data, this service uses encryption to store them. Besides, it’s also possible to synchronize various devices over the same wireless network without ever sending data to an online server. Your information can be protected with a master password. However, the tool supports other login methods, including biometric authentication such as iris recognition. It also uses a USB device to store key codes.
Moreover, Sticky Password can import bookmarks and saved passwords from practically all popular browsers. And not only that. The tool can identify weak passwords and generate the strong ones. The application does most of its job without requiring your intervention. Thus, whenever you enter a website that requires authentication, it can detect that and ask you if you want to save the login information. The next time you visit the same site, Sticky Password can fill the needed data. Moreover, when there are various stored credentials for the same site, the application lets you choose which one to use. Luckily, automatic saving and filling of login data is possible for desktop applications.
Another benefit of this tool is that it saves you a lot of time when filling online forms. The program can automatically identify and store personal information and provide it when requested. In addition, it lets you save other types of data (e.g. secure memos), and it's good there are various templates to choose from.
All in all, Sticky Password is very handy when it comes to generating and recalling passwords, regardless of their complexity. Besides, the possibility of synchronizing data between multiple devices is, undoubtedly, a great advantage.
- It’s easy to use.
- It allows creating secure memos.
- It can store various credentials for the same site.
- It uses various authentication methods.
- It can synchronize data between devices connected to the same network.
- It can store passwords for desktop applications
- Storing sensitive information in the cloud is always a risk